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Thursday, 20 September 2018

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  • A worker sprays water over piles of coal as a bulldozer shifts coal at Mundra Port Coal Terminal in the western Indian state of Gujarat.

    Adani Abbot attempts hard sell

    Top News | 24 November 2017

    Adani Abbot Point Terminal is marketing its first US dollar bonds amid continued criticism of its parent’s Australian coal projects.

  • Pedestrians stand outside a branch of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), Australia's biggest bank by market value, in central Sydney, Australia.

    CBA prints rare major RMBS

    Structured Finance | 17 November 2017

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia issued its second home loan securitisation of the year on Friday, adding to a bumper year of supply, despite the market being shunned by the country’s other major banks.

  • Pressures ease for Aussie majors

    Pressures ease for Aussie majors

    Bonds | 10 November 2017

    The latest results from Australia’s four major banks reveal a further strengthening in capital positions that is expected to limit domestic Additional Tier 1 note issuance to rollover requirements.

  • Australia faces DCM headwinds

    Australia faces DCM headwinds

    Bonds | 03 November 2017

    Australia’s booming bond and securitisation markets are expected to lose momentum next year as a lack of M&A activity, a slowing housing market and buyside factors weigh on debt issuance.

  • The logo for Australia's biggest electricity network Ausgrid adorns the headquarters building in central Sydney, Australia.

    Corporate bonds on a roll Down Under

    Bonds | 27 October 2017

    Australia’s booming corporate bond market broke new ground last week with its largest domestic issue and first 15-year Kangaroo, taking year-to-date supply to A$17bn (US$13.2bn), further ahead of the A$12bn annual record set in 2012.

  • Australia banks settle interest rate lawsuits

    People & Markets | 27 October 2017

    A federal court hearing on allegations of interest-rate rigging against three of Australia’s four major banks has been delayed after two of them sought settlements with the government.

  • Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sebastien Jacques poses for photographs before announcing Rio Tinto's 2017 first-half results in London, Britain.

    Rio Tinto faces fraud allegations

    Top News | 20 October 2017

    The US Securities and Exchange Commission last Tuesday charged Rio Tinto and two of its former top executives with fraud, saying they inflated the value of coal assets in Mozambique and concealed critical information while tapping the market for billions of dollars.

  • Adani Abbot Point Terminal toils to find bookrunners

    Emerging Markets | 13 October 2017

    Adani Abbot Point Terminal, a subsidiary of India’s Adani Group, has struggled to find heavyweight bookrunners for a planned benchmark US dollar bond offering to refinance its domestic Australian dollar November 1 2018 MTN, according to DCM bankers in Sydney.

  • Australia sets ABS record

    Australia sets ABS record

    Structured Finance | 13 October 2017

    Australia has set a post-global financial crisis high for asset-backed securities after last week’s RMBS sales from Heritage Bank and Citigroup took year-to-date issuance to A$30.9bn (US$24.0bn), exceeding 2014’s previous annual record of A$30.8bn.

  • Australia readies record tender

    Bonds | 06 October 2017

    The Australian Office of Financial Management is set for its largest Treasury bond tender with a A$3.5bn (US$2.75bn) offer that will establish a new five-year sovereign benchmark.